The Osceola County Animal Services Shelter takes in hundreds of dogs, cats and other animals every year. Among those animals are certain special ones who are a bit unique, but still deserving of a full life. An example is this week’s Cat of the Week, “Lucky.” He only has three legs, but he gets around great and has a wonderful personality. Check him out this week’s video where Vickie and our young shelter advocate, Bailey, will introduce you to “Lucky” and a pair of awesome sisters, “Sugar” and “Pearl.” “Lucky” is unique. He has three legs. This makes him a special cat, but not really, because he is very mobile and can move quite well on three legs. He is a 4-month old, male, black and white tiger striped, Domestic Shorthair kitten. He was surrendered by his owner in the hopes that a good home would be found for him. “Lucky” gets along well with everyone; he loves to be held and is very playful. “Lucky” needs a new home as soon as possible. Please come in and spend some time with “Lucky.” He deserves a chance. Meet “Sugar” and “Pearl,” they are a pair of 8-10 month old black mouth cur mixes who were found in a field in Kissimmee. They are simply adorable girls, “Pearl” is the shy one, while “Sugar” is adventurous and loves attention. “Sugar” is tan and white, while “Pearl” is tan and black. They both need homes. They love to play together, but don’t necessarily have to be adopted together, as long as they find forever homes. If you are interested in adopting one, or both, please come in and visit these sweet girls today! “Lucky,” “Sugar,” “Pearl” and many other animals at the Shelter need new homes right away! Please come into the Shelter, look around and save a life by adopting a fantastic pet. Please keep in mind, however, that the animals' stay at the Shelter is EXTREMELY limited, and they may or may not be available when you arrive. The Shelter is located at 3910 Old Canoe Creek Road in St. Cloud, or to find out what animals are available, check the adoptable pets on the Osceola County Animal Services website at osceola.org/go/pets. You can also find Osceola County Animal Services on FACEBOOK at facebook.com/OsceolaCountyAnimalServices.